The Right Preschool Environment Makes a Big Difference

The educational experts at The Toddler Club specialize in helping each child grow and learn at his or her own pace. This personalized approach to early childhood education can help your child acquire the skills and competencies necessary to excel in the elementary school environment. Our expert teaching staff can help your child achieve his or her full potential with enrichment activities and educational games designed to provide practical experience that can be applied in kindergarten and beyond.

A Hands-On Approach to Learning

At The Toddler Club, we believe that providing children with opportunities to explore and experience various educational activities for themselves is the best way to promote learning. We encourage independence and work with your child to ensure mastery of buttons, zippers, personal toilet functions and many other practical skills that can lead to greater success in formal educational settings. We also provide a wealth of play opportunities that allow your young child to take on challenges in reading, music, math and many other subjects. By encouraging your preschool-aged child to take on new challenges, we can reduce the fear of failure and promote a more confident attitude toward school and the academic world in general.

The First Few Years Are Critical to Academic Success

Research has shown that providing young children with an enriching and supportive environment can have a major impact on their ability to learn and succeed later on in their academic careers. The teachers and administrative staff at The Toddler Club are absolutely committed to providing the best and safest environment for your child and to offering the most enriching activities and learning tools for your child and his or her personal interests. By providing a customized learning plan for each child in our care, we can ensure the greatest degree of engagement for every preschooler who attends The Toddler Club. This can promote positive attitudes and an increased affinity for learning in future academic activities.

The professional teachers and dedicated administrative staff at The Toddler Club will stay in close communication with you to help you celebrate your child’s successes and to reinforce the learning process at home. Our innovative curriculum is the perfect way to inspire a lifelong love of learning and to engage your preschool-aged child effectively. To learn more about our full range of preschool programs or to schedule a tour of our facility in Margate, Florida, call The Toddler Club today at 954-968-7713. We look forward to receiving your call.

COVID-19 Health Precautions

Dear Parents,

Phase 1 hours are 7:30am-5:30pm.

If you have not yet made arrangements to have your child return, you must contact the school first on Monday morning after 7:30am to see if there are still spots available.

We would like to review the new procedures that will be in effect until further notice for the protection of our children and staff:

  • No more than 10 persons per room is permitted at this time.
  • No one except staff members and students will be permitted to enter the building unless absolutely necessary, as determined by the Directors. Drop off and pick up will take place at the front door. Parents must maintain a 6ft distance from others while waiting outside. You may wish to arrive a few minutes early in the event you need to wait. You must arrive at school by 9:00am.
  • Masks must be worn by anyone who enters the building. This includes children 3 and above (except nap time) – please make sure to send a mask with your child. If you need to enter the lobby you will need to sanitize your hands and wear a mask.
  • Entering Daily: Everyone must sanitize their hands and be screened prior to entering the building DAILY. This means a visual scan, questions re: exposure or any symptoms of illness, and a touch free temperature scan. This is required for adults and children.
  • Symptoms: Fever of 100.4 or higher, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, colored mucus, chills, shaking with chills, muscle pain, or loss of taste/smell. If any child or staff member has any of these symptoms will not permitted to enter the building, must go home, and will not be permitted to return until after being 72 hours symptom free WITHOUT medication (including fever-reducing medication such as Tylenol), and with a doctor’s note. Parents who do not pick-up their child within an hour of being called or those who dose their child with Tylenol and don’t tell us they have temperature will not be permitted back at school.
  • Exposure: You must inform the Director immediately if your child (1) has symptoms, has tested positive, or has been diagnosed with COVID-19; (2) lives with someone who, in the past 14 days, has symptoms, has tested positive, or has been diagnosed with COVID-19; or (3) has come into direct contact with someone who, in the past 14 days, has symptoms, has tested positive, or has been diagnosed with COVID-19. If you suspect that your child or anyone else may have COVID 19 it is important you do not attempt to send your child to school, confidentially notify the Director immediately, and get a test done as soon as possible.
    Handwashing: All children will be brought to wash their hands for 20 seconds before joining their class. In addition to the usual handwashing of children after bathroom, before eating, etc, we will wash the children’s hands every half hour for 20 seconds
  • Sign-in/out – please bring your own pen
  • There will be no rotating of staff/children, so your child will be with the same children and teacher/s throughout the day
  • Social distancing (6ft apart) is required by all adults, and by children to the extent possible
  • We will receive boxed lunches.
  • Bathrooms: All bathrooms will be sanitized between each use.
  • ALL toys that are utilized throughout the day, whether mouthed or not, will be immediately placed in a bin to be sanitized and thoroughly dried before going back out for another child to play with.
  • Our usual cleaning/disinfecting policies will be more frequent and deeper. ALL surfaces, shelving, toys, art supplies, doorknobs etc. will be cleaned every time they are touched and at the end of the day.
  • All cots/cribs will be 6 ft apart during rest periods. Cots will be disinfected after each use.
  • Water fountains will not be used. We will use water coolers with disposable cups.
  • Playground equipment will not be used. We will take the children for walks, plan activities such as scavenger hunts, hopscotch, relay races etc. to get fresh air and exercise each day. If a child touches any equipment outside, we will sanitize. Only one group at a time will be allowed outside in any fenced in play area.
  • No soft surfaces will be allowed as they are difficult to sanitize. Dress up clothes, soft block, stuffed animals, etc. are stored. All carpets were cleaned in the past week.
  • For a limited time, Governor’s Essential Worker scholarships are now available. The list is extremely broad; to check if you qualify see below. Even if you are presently on School Readiness, it is beneficial for you to apply (no parent co-pay) and it will take just a few minutes. To apply: click here.

I’m sure that you share our tremendous appreciation for our dedicated staff for their willingness to do what only they can do – and they do it so well – to service you, our families. Please remember to express your appreciation.

Looking forward to seeing you soon - stay safe and be well.

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